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    A master facilitator of high-level problematic situations in South Africa and Colombia explains his approach. Interview by Whitney Smith & Beatrice Briggs.
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    The Summit Riots: the last of three extracts from Sarah Sheard's new novel.
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    The Ward’s Island Ferry: the second of three extracts from Sarah Sheard's new novel.
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    The Ward’s Island Ramparts: the first of three extracts from Sarah Sheard's new novel.
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    Pestival 1180
    This spring sees the return of Pestival – the brilliant festival of insect-related occurrences – and this time, they’re taking over the Wellcome Collection. Across a month-long season of games, installations, debates, discussions and dinners, visitors will be encouraged to reconsider humanity’s relationship with the insect world.
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    New pan-European research project aims to detail the economic benefits of nature.
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    Merlyn Driver describes the seasonal arrival of Mormon missionaries on the Orkney Islands of Scotland.
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    TED pulls talks by Graham Hancock and Rupert Sheldrake from their YouTube channel.
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    LONDON: Tom Jeffreys examines the potential problems of art-science collaboration.
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    The strange passion of modern sea-settlers.
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    LONDON: The new home of the justly celebrated Materials Library opens to the public this weekend.
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    LONDON: Cape Farewell’s poet-in-residence Tom Chivers leads a collective dérive along the buried river Walbrook.
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    LONDON: Tom Jeffreys reports from the opening of a brand new interdisciplinary creative space.

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